Charlotte Her-Story. Charlotte’s First Black Woman Engineer Venessa Roy “If I’m being honest, there probably were people that actually did want me to fail, to…
Business Health Assessment
My Sisters Village, Inc. and Charlotte PinC are excited to announce a partnership with The Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO) and Wells Fargo to launch…
Things to Do In Winter in North Carolina
Fall and winter bring shorter days and longer nights, as well as the likelihood that you will be struck indoors.
New Year, New Goals
Charlotte PinC started off 2023 with Vision Brunch. Over 50 women gathered to eat, drink mimosas, clip pictures, share stores and just fellowship.
National Blood Donation Month
If Black Americans make up 13 percent of the population, why are less than 3 percent of blood donors?
Created in 1966 by Maulana Karenga, Kwanza is a holiday that honors African heritage
within African-American culture.
Ride with Sisters with Horses: Charlotte’s First all Black female saddle club
Only 20 minutes from Uptown Charlotte sits 8 acres of land filled with horses and ponies that doubles as both a hidden gem.
Fall Treats in CLT
From pumpkin spice to cinnamon, crisp apple, and pecan flavors, Charlotte’s seasonal foods are here, but not for long.
Small Businesses Getting Big Help: Charlotte’s Corridors of Opportunity
A new program led by Foundation for the Carolinas is giving small businesses owned by minorities grants to grow within Mecklenburg.
Thanksgiving With a Twist – Cooking With Haley Williams
Turkey and dressing. Mashed potatoes and gravy. Green bean casserole.